"captive frame" content injection to display banner on every page loaded?
deanside last edited by
I've spent 2 days googling this question and I'm surprised it doesn't show up more often (unless I don't know the correct name for this feature – "captive frame"? or maybe "content injection"?).
Granted it is possible to set up a squid server and modify all cached content before delivery, but this seems like overkill. Any suggestions? Am I just missing some obvious way to implement this? Thanks!
The only way I'm aware of is via squid and custom scripts that work with it. There are probably other ways, but nothing in the GUI would do that.
eri-- last edited by
No pfSense does not do this.
Because you have to proxy every connection going through port 80, 443 and add the banner.
stramato last edited by
i too would like to have something like this.
Perhaps a small banner on top, maybe 12px in height, displaying Captive Portal session time and a Logout button.
I am using Squid transparent for everybody (but they have to logon to CP first). Would you think this is possible using Squid?
cosasdelared last edited by
I was looking exactly for this and found this recent post. Any clue on this? If it is about programming, any clue to begin?
Riichard last edited by
Sounds cool. Especially for captive portal session time :)
ujangs last edited by
This is a good idea
900mhzdude last edited by
This is an awesome idea
Someone should put in a bounty for it
jonallport last edited by
What about instead of redirecting to 'original URL' when passed the portal, redirect to a framed page with banner in one frame, 'original URL' in the other?